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>> anchor: fright mounews 3 live today. man found dead this morning at caesar's palace. late from police on what is a homicide investigation. metro investigators respond to gun fire near the las vegas convention center. where investigators say it may have started nevada health link kicks off fourth enrollment season. if you are looking to sign up. tell you how. news 3 starts right now. >> live from las vegas, this is news 3 today. >> anchor: we begin with breaking news this morning, metro said a man shot to death at caesar's. 11:25 last night. near the employee parking garage of the hotel.
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into the parking garage. and police later arrested that man. right now there is no motive. and the relationship between the suspect and the victim is unknown. and if you have information please call crime stoppers at (702)385-5555. and domestic dispute ends with gun fire and police swarming the scene. near the las vegas convention center. this happened after 9:30 on convention center in paradise. and metro said a boyfriend of her ex. and they tell us the victim is expected to be okay. police say the ex-boyfriend is in custody. no word on when the scene will be clear. and more traffic cones and another significant traffic closure to tell you about. airport connector from 215 eastbound is closed this morning. tonight's closure will last until monday morning at 5:00 a.m. this morning closure. after that ramp will be shut
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there is good news. this doesn't include weekends after today. second phase of improvements to that airport connector. and those are the top stories and go over to weather wall with jerry brown. good morning. >> weather: good morning to you kyndell. we have actually got some showers in the forecast. so that's good news. that's the big change. our skies are clear. we are looking, for i believe, 5:56 sunrise this morning. give or take a minute. we are currently 57 degrees in the central valley. sahara and 15, just below the spaghetti bowl. humidity at 38 percent. that will come down. what is rising is our temperatures. we have yet another warm day. really well above normal sitting up today with afternoon highs in the 85 to 90-degree range. you heard me right. currently pleasant outside. upper 50s.
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57 mountains. [inaudible]. nye county and pahrump. and upper 60s. and down in the colorado river valley. at laughlin. here is what is happening. we have some action up in the pacific. our skies are clear today. but we have a chance for showers early as tomorrow afternoon. today, we will go for a high of 88 degrees. and it will be about 10 degrees above normal. but things are change i in a big way as we start the work can complete forecast ahead. back to you. >> anchor: thank you jerry. looking forward to that. around the nation. new york police are investigating a white powder substance found at hillary clinton campaign headquarters. people evacuated clinton's brooklyn office friday night after workers found the powder in a envelope. the envelope was delivered first to midtown manhattan office where mail is usually sent. then taken to brooklyn headquarters where it was
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initial tests on that substance came back negative for harmful substance. there is more than two weeks to go before election day. and presidential nominees are campaigning hard for every single vote. news polls indicate tough road for donald trump, rival hillary clinton challenging or beating him in southern states that were once firmly in g.o.p. corner. we have more on the bruising battle to the white house. >> reporter: fresh in states that were once solidly republican. christopher newport university poll puts hillary clinton up 12 points in virginia. and 45 percent to 33 percent. and in atlanta journal constitution poll showed trump with a narrow two-point lead in georgia. 44 to 42 percent. and bill clinton was last democrat to win georgia back in 1992. and hillary clinton speaking in ohio friday as her campaign
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fighting gold star father khan. trump on the campaign trail in north carolina and pennsylvania. after getting slammed for rigged election claims. and getting boo'd during the al smith charity dinner. smith's great great-grandson say why attendees reacted negatively. >> he had solid minutes early on and ev >> reporter: cardinal timothy dolin that sat between the two told nbc candidates were more civil away from the mic. >> mr. trump turned to secretary clinton and said you are one tough and talented woman and she said to him. donald whatever happens we need to work together afterwards. >> with two weeks to go until election day likely to see less courtesy and more conflict on
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voting, it starts today in nevada. get out there if you can. coming up. nevada health link gears up for fourth enrollment season. how to sign up and special
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fourth open enrollment season tuesday. talk about a kickoff event to -- really open enrollment is a few days away. get the details. this is genelle. i know you have definite information for people either, especially under insured or not insured at all. >> open enrollment. our fourth for the season. kicks off november 1 through january 31 of 2017. so the event that you mentioned
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and we will have one in reno for northern nevada folks. from 3:00 to 8:00. and it is an opportunity for individuals who are not insured currently by employer or who are under insured to come to the event. and meet with a broker or agent or navigator or professional and get questions answered and enroll that day. >> i was reading as well not just groups that may be under but someone that may want to reevaluate the plan they are currently under for themselves and their families as well. >> exactly. we encourage all nevadians currently insured to shop the marketplace. market trend changes. you could be eligible for a new subsidy and you could change the cost of the monthly premium. >> we know at least it starts at the beginning of next month to the end of, i guess, next year as well, right?
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with the event coming up. let's say someone is not able to make it to kick off event. resources. if you cannot make it to november 1 event. we will have a december 15 event. that's a deadline if you want to get coverage by january 1. come to that december 15 event. but you can also enroll online. so you can visit nevada health link.com. take a prescreener, which is a series of questions that judges your income and then you can go your carrier and call our call center which we have a number for you. i think it comes up on the screen. and another way is just making an appointment with an in person assistant and it is free. call and make an appointment and go to their office. and enroll with them there. >> i will get that number out. 18557684565.
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genelle thank you for joining us. jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, most with no background checks, no questions asked. the law requires background checks in gun stores; why don't we require them online? a few clicks of the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous.
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i
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>> after a big win in has weight. rebels return to the field to take on colorado state at sam boyd stadium. win against the rams, sanchez bowl game. team has three wins they need three more to be bowl eligible. they have five games remaining. you can probably throw out game against boise state in november. so need three wins in four games. but today's game if they could win they could make that bowl reality. come close to that. because rams well they are 3-4. and rebels ever favored in today's game by three. that better staffed across the
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it is a rare 2:30 afternoon kickoff. so team should be fired up to play under the sunlight for a change. >> you know they are a good solid team. and, i think, it is a game that will be similar to the first, you know, three quarters of the fresno game. similar to hawaii game. good solid football team. they want to run the ball. that's something that we will consistently try to do. we have been pretty good against pro style run teams. so i expect us to do a again we are sitting with seven games n 3 wins. fimore games to go. more wins out there for us. not easy but we can pluck some of those away. >> unlv and football foundation and college hall of fame join cunningham between the quarters today. all team american punter cunningham second team honors as senior and garnering honorable mention as quarterback 2.
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records and played for eagles, vikings and could you boys and ravens. inducted into 59th college hall of fame in new york city on tuesday night december 6. round two of the cinb classic in malaysia is complete. las vegas resident ryan moore, two time winner. round two he was on fire. fifth hole. he drains the birdie. part of four birdies in a row on front nine. and move ahead to 10th hole. ryan, flop shot trying to get close for birdie range. this is a beautiful. puts it up at the pin. seven under for round. eight under after two rounds. going into the weekend, but scott appearsy eight under. both tied for eighth. leader thomas drains the birdie. he is 14 under. a lot of golf still to be played in malaysia. second half of nascar chase
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track over the years. local driversk kurt and kyle burn currently top five of the standings. would advance to round of eight but two top spots gone to auto qualifier. no room for error. jimmy john son fastest in practice yesterday. and the race can be seen tomorrow morning on nbc. at 11:00. of course they will go for the poll later this afternoon. all right. that's sports. back to you. >> anchor: randy thank you. others injured after a train derailed between cameroon two large cities friday. the 20 wagon train started to have problems 3 miles after leaving the station in the city of asikhka before that bridge collapsed over a nearby highway that led passengers to seek rail transport than usual. rail company added eight more wagons to the train. cameroon's president sending condolences to dozens of
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boston after a trench unexpectedly flooded on friday. water main broke south end of dartmouth street and water rushing in on top of the workers. and 12-foot trench where they were working collapsed trapping them inside and rescue crews attempted to secure the wall and find workers inside and firefighters are conducting recovery efforts for two men that lost their lives. the mayor said the street will be likely closed for days and now turning our attention here at home. jerry brown is the weather authority. and word of the day, showers. possibly? >> weather: not the word of today. but tomorrow. tomorrow. definitely monday shower activity. as opposed to heavy thunderstorms. we could use some cleansing rain around here. most would agree. certainly will taper off the temperatures. warm today by october standards. it has been warm pretty much all month. you will agree.
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cool actually. 57 degrees at our downtown studios. winds are not a factor you can see. negligible. and humidity is up, that will come down. meanwhile over in summerlin at the middle school home of the rough riders. 64 degrees. light north wind at three. and 24 percent the relative humidity. dewpoint 30 degrees down at bartlett elementary in green valley. 61 degrees in windsor. in h low 60s paradise corridor. the lakes. but it is pleasantly cool. definitely feels like fall this morning. but it is going to be on the warm side this afternoon. trust me. 56 over in pahrump. same reading mesquite. 67 currently in boulder city. our skies are clear. as you can see a live shot from the d camera. there is the stratus fear there. nothing really going on.
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at the top of the hour. 40 tonopah. 62 also in la. and 42 up in reno. and all right. nationally. boy it is a mess back over the northeast. their weekend starting out on a very damp know. you can see the storm moving away. not a lot going on central part of the country. but up here you can see a active pacific as some systems are moving in. bringing showers to the pacific northwest. eventually, they are going to come down and affect us. last wk this week talking about a possibility of some moisture. in the forecast model showing rain getting up here monday. as that system moves in. however, we also have a charges i think, tomorrow afternoon to pick up a shower. although better chance would be overnight into monday. our skies you can see are clear. few clouds lurking over lincoln county. and moving through quickly. and highs today, very much on the warm side. you can see some low 90s down
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over ton at 90. 88 in boulder city. 88 here for las vegas. but i am sure we will have 90 degrees or two on east side of the valley. winds are not a big deal today. mid 60s mountain. sunny with a afternoon breeze to develop. only in 10-to-15 miles an hour range. about 84 at red rock. and down on the lake still warm. 92. and the water temperature going down to 70. overnight tonight. low 60s with some increasing clouds. and well there is the forecast again. as you can and here we go. you can see the seven-day forecast. and we have a chance for showers tomorrow afternoon. and then continuing into monday. but then low 80s for most of the week. again a chance of a shower later in the week but not until friday. kyndell? >> anchor: thank you jerry. looking forward to that. rip off alert time. more than 40,000 charities listed serving best and active duty military in the united states. and unfortunately not all of
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tell the difference in this morning's rip off alert. >> we had a change of address request that was not originated by us while we were out of state. >> reporter: ed and his wife surprised when they received a notice. so they decided to get an alaskan p.o. box and damage was done in a few days. >> by that time he had already gotten some of our financial documents and from that was able to fill out >> reporter: trouble started when cambells decided to donate to what they thought was a charity veterans. scam believable because of a charity leader. that's how james bartlett gained access to people's personal information. >> the suspect would send out solicitations for veterans disability, people would respond to that. using a donation check. obviously, would have their
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would easily able to obtain that. >> reporter: postal inspectors learned that was the first step. >> using change of address system in the postal service to fraudulently change people's addresses and have mail sent to him. >> reporter: when bartlett got credit card information he would use it to open fraud accounts. cambells were one of 100 victims, losses over $100,000. >> if you are older, and you are living on fixed income, or social media, and you lose disaster. he deserves everything he got. >> make sure you get credit reports. yearly if not -- by annually. >> marie mortera. >> anchor: welcome back. start with your taste of vegas segment. we will start with new dinner series. and i can tell you this smells
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restaurant. what do you have here? >> good morning. first off. take you through. so this is -- we do this every month. this month is grass fed beef. 100 percent grass fed beef. and zero antibiotics. raised all on grass. really good product. high in omega 3. higher than salmon. so -- >> really? my goodness. omega 3 as sam mon. so when you eat beef you thought you could not be healthy. nice to feature the product. go online and check them out. grass fed beef. thunder tickets.com or our website to purchase tickets. and the dinner should be amazing. go through the dishes. >> anchor: let's do it. >> this is
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nice crisp wine. nice spice going into the dressing for the carpachy and another thing is brisket sliders with caramelized onion and smoked tomato aoli. and nice feature with that tender beef. and moving to another dish. it is going to be braised short rib. and apple sloop. >> anchor: i love we share the size with viewers. but i wish they could smell it. smells good year, and then another dish that we are fighting is a strip loin. with seaweed. radish. and a bit of spice on the top there. and some of the sides we have here. before we go into the main event. peewee potatoes.
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and brussels sprouts. for main event. >> anchor: big boy or girl. >> it will be our grass fed prime rib. so with our special sauce and served with cabernet. use same wine in sauce so pairs well. >> anchor: you do it once a month. get the information out there. date, and time. we have seen the res >> purchase tickets for this dinner and we have one next month. it will be more foul, homage to thanksgiving month. >> anchor: this dinner is on october 26. you can see the cause. sixty-two dollars. we have the information on our website and downtown summerlin. we saw inside of the restaurant.
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>> anchor: right now news 3 live today. early voting starts in southern nevada today. will we see a rush at the polls? we will look ahead in a bit. and boy scouts duped out of money after a scammer gave him fake bills for his popcorn. the simple way to spot fake currency and what to do if you
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the heavy weight champ. last years here in las vegas. tom has a live and untimely death of sonny listton just ahead. >> live from las vegas, this is news 3 today. >> anchor: good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this beautiful saturday. october 22. you can see the sun is up. so are you and i. and so is jerry brown over in the weather aut jerry looking at a couple of days with sprinkles. >> weather: sprinkles, showery, not a major deluge. but definitely we have a chance for moisture. we certainly could use it. not had any this month. put the skies in motion. you can see brightening sky. 6:54 sunrise impending. nice flush of color. 62 in central valley at the miracle mile shops with light northwest breeze. 29 percent relative humidity.
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ksnv tv. 64 out in summerlin. and bartlett elementary 59 in green valley. 50s predominateing across the valley. but few low 60s. and you can see 49 up on the mountain. and at indian springs 57 in mesquite. 67 in boulder city. and we have some activity out in the pacific. moving into the pacific northwest. and last week that really kicked up our that wind blast. but this time, i think we will get a little moisture out of this. nothing major. nothing today as you can see. skies clear. few clouds up in lincoln county. fish planning your day, i am telling you warm. not feeling like october at all. we should be in the 70s. we will peek at about 88. and i expect stray 90 or two east side. 69, 9:00. 81 1:00.
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today. temperatures will come down with clouds and showers though. and i think the work week looking good. by weeks end could pick up more showers. so interesting seven day. i will have it ahead. kyndell? >> anchor: thank you jerry. see you in a. bit firefighters trying to get control of a massive fire at a california cardboard recycling center. look at fire crews in ontario. 40 miles east of los angeles. and fire jumped nearby railroad ac tracks. tracks are shut down. no injuries thankfully reported. and that area was evacuated. air quality is affected in that area also. and extreme weather could put your favorite bottle of wine at risk. the international organization of 79 and wine said that harsh weather led to worst year of production. global warming and frequent storms. global wine production expected
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u.s. and australia and spain sales are up offsetting losses for wine lovers. easier than ever for peep ungums install cameras in homes rented out. man in the valley arrested for installing cameras in a home he rented to tourists in january. chris rodgers able to see guests every move recording from cameras inside of smoke debtors and other conce and brett fox owner of fox spy outlet said there are ways to protect yourself if you see this happening. >> it has a frequency flashing light that reveals that there is a lens there. then you have something that finds the rf, or radio frequency coming off the camera. >> anchor: authorities add homeowners have the right to have hidden cameras inside of their homes but it involves recording in private areas like
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vision 2016 time. more than a million people right here in nevada are registered to vote. as you head to polls for early voting. we hear how secure your votes will be. >> reporter: 4900 electronic voting machines. and 97 early voting locations. all organized by joe gloria that leads the election department in clark county. gloria said your vote is secure but donald trump insists v fraud is a problem despite multiple reports disputing the claims. >> voter fraud is common. and they criticize us for saying that. >> reporter: candidate going as far as to tell supporters to watch others at the polls. feeding worries of possible voter intimidation. >> when we looked over the history of elections, i think, you will find nastiness all the way back. >> reporter: nevada secretary of state warning not to interfere with the election process.
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people are safe and secure in voting. >> reporter: nevadians can vote as early as saturday. out of the 1.4 million registered voters 40 percent are democrats. and 33.4 percent are kep cans. rest non-partisan, independent or registered with other minor parties. federal agencies including fbi are partner up to maintain the election process. ongoing battle to stom claims of rigged elections. >> such a perception is extremely dangerous, cast out on the validity and outcome of our elections. >> reporter: this as 40 states and counting request help to combat threats of cyber breaches. >> we are keeping a watchful eye on anyone that would try to alter that system. bottom line on that is that if someone were to try they would get caught. >> reporter: and those early voting polls open in a couple of
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voting locations log on to our website news3lv.com and look for the find it tab. and as we head to the holiday more money will be changing hands. could you spot a 20, 50 or even $100 bill were fake? secret service tells us that people here are pretty savvy when it comes to spotting a fake buck. because so many are used to handling money in las vegas. they add it does happen and more often with $20 bills. taken in $1.4 million in counterfeit money alone. >> now this bill here is old. but it is actually genuine $1 bill. what the people actually did is erase the $1 and printed 100 over the top of, and you can tell by -- if you flip it up and you look into a light. you can see actually one written across there. >> anchor: the secret service said it is rare but good to be educateed when it comes to
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>> and it is a local tradition celebrating our local pride community. 18th annual pride parade wrapped up yesterday in downtown las vegas. parade featured several floats and local lawmakers. after months of developing a great relationship with the lgbt community. corey sandler said the changes over the years have been incredible. >> number of people on side lines improved. number of entries improved a increased. the quality. because of the events in orlando, pulse, police have stepped up and given us a presence. >> anchor: if you missed the parade. do not worry. there are several other pride events all weekend long here in the valley. and coming up. get ready for a party with some of your favorite super heroes. marvel avenger station hosting cost bash 2016. what this is all about and how you have a chance to get free
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>> anchor: welcome back in time for consumer headlines. at&t made a huge bid for entertainment company time warner yesterday. and this is according to wall street journal. they say that it would be the biggest deal in the world this control of channel hb so and cnn. film studio warner brothers and other coveted assets of media. how much did it cost? $85 billion. with a b. dollars. the deal which has been agreed on most terms could be announced as early as sunday. time warner, parent company of cnn. neither company has commented on this report. and some of the biggest names on the we be are on recovery after
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brian moore has more from fbi. >> reporter: if you had trouble using your favorite internet service today chances are you are among the millions caught up in a massive cyber attack that spread to 60s countries. people blocked from uses services like twitter, netflix, amazon, pay pal and many more. >> it seems crazy that a baby monitor or dvr could topple amazon or twitter but that's what is happening. >> reporter: smart appliances were turned int hampshire company called dine that served as switchboard connecting users to websites. was it a state sponsored attack by russia or another country? or black hat hack engineers host of adversaries that can launch these types of attacks and we have to make sure we have a resilient network able to withstand these probes. >> reporter: this cyber siege is more than an inconvenience. two weeks before a presidential
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lives easier can make us more vulnerable. brian moore. nbc news. >> and coming up. right here on it news 3. unusual bird found its way into the middle of a freeway. how exactly did it get there? we will let you know up next. and coming up in video vault. sonny list ton found dead in his las vegas home 46 years ago. why one reporter said the death was more than just a drug overdose. and get ready to marvel adventure station hosting cause bash 2016. tell you about it and big names
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it should scare everyone. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> anchor: welcome back. the sun is up on this saturday morning.
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conditions are nice today? >> weather: i think it will be warm. big deal. we should be in 70s. october is just about my favorite month weather wise around here. but it has been a warm october. we will be ring about 10 degrees above normal today. so get set. then it will cool off with clouds and maybe showers. go over and take a look at a impending sunrise. 6:54 officially this morning. and we put the clouds or lack of clouds in motion. fl from red rock resort to east. expecting that sun to peak out at any time. and over at cnn charleston. 66. with southeast winds at three. meanwhile to the east. sahara and sloan, mendoza cooler and 53 degrees on the far east side. and down in boulder city 67 at king elementary. 25 percent. 30 percent dewpoint and north wind at two.
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generally across the valley. but even though it is on cooler side outside it will warm up noticeably this afternoon. 49 up on mount charleston. 67 boulder city and 68 in laughlin and 58 over in mesquite. it is 62, or was 62 at the top of the hour. official reading for las vegas at the airport. it was 42 in salt lake. same in reno and 62 in la. nationally behind my back kin actually over the northeast quadrant. and that system you can see is moving out. not a lot going on in the plains. and we have a lot of activity in the pacific. that's moving in. few clouds ahead of it over central nevada. in the sunshine today. could pick up some shower activity as early as tomorrow afternoon. and although the best chance would be tomorrow night. and definitely into monday. you can see the impetus will be to bring that rain east.
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two with probably eastern valley having the best chance. there are clouds just to the north today. and plenty of sunshine here. temperatures way above the norm. even few 90s on this map. down in lake mead. 90 in over ton. and usual suspect death valley. but you can see upper 80s predominant many areas. 88 boulder city, 88 in the valley w 90-degree reading or two on the far east side. winds south 5 to 10 on the afternoon breeze developing but nothing excessive. 10-to-15. red rock 84. and down on the lake definitely warm side. low 90s. but the water temperature at 70. so you can jump in and cool off 93 hurry. afternoon breezes developing 10-to-15. overnight tonight. quiet. few clouds in here. they will increase morning. south winds 10-to-15 miles an hour. and let's look at our seven-day forecast. and you can see we have a chance
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i think is the best chance. lingering on into monday. but then cooling off, in a nice way. 79 on monday. and low 80s through thursday. and cooler still on friday. but that comes with clouds and a chance of showers. so up and down. kind of an interesting work weekend you will agree. >> anchor: warm. as you pointed out at the top of the forecast. to say the least. next one. caught on camera. oh, no. bird caused traffic trouble not too far from right here in las vegas. an emu disrupted traffic along 10 in arizona about 100 miles west of phoenix. troopers arrived to find the bird on the highway median and watched it crossover the shoulder. they eventually caught it with a lasso. and emu is smaller than ostrich and can trot about 30 miles an hour. originally from australia and apparently channeling his inner road runner. 52 at the hospital this morning
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kansas. this happened yesterday. the leak caused a reaction forming a dark fog over the city. and around 11,000 people were urged to nearby she will term roads were closed and schools also evacuated during the clean up. and a baby in texas with a rare birth defect that was removed from the womb at 23 weeks to have surgery was put back into her mother's utah russ. lifesaving we are introduced to mom and baby. >> reporter: early in pregnancy margaret boomer got scary news about the baby. >> at 16 weeks, being pregnant i found out that our baby had a problem. >> reporter: the texas children's hospital said that when babies are born ste always fixable. but when they see it on fetus far fewer successes. and so when boomer's checkup
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but to try fetal surgery. >> we knew if we did not choose option of emergency surgery that night that within a day or two she would pass. >> reporter: during the surgery you can see the doctor remove linly, this is the tumor taken off her spine. doctors then put linly back into the mother's womb. from here, blood flow from mom to baby encouraged growth, healing a healthy delivery at 36 weeks. basically. a relief to see her. to see that she had made it through. after the open fetal surgery her heart had time to heal. while i was still pregnant with her. so she has no heart issues now and is doing amazing. >> reporter: talk about local super heroes. avenger station. this is dan yes. you have a cool event going on
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8:00. great cosbash. >> anchor: cosbash 2016, talk about for our viewers, maybe we know halloween is coming up. what cosplay is. >> cosplay originated over in asian in japan. it was popular. and actually is really big now in u.s. and it is really trending. so what better way to celebrate in avenger form. >> as you can see you look great this morning. ready for it. at least when it comes to the information. with the event. let's say there is someone that has never dressed up in cosplay before. what are yours, at least, recommendation, advice to them to get out and get ready and look good like these would people. >> we have a professional cosplay over here that created
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but at the same time we do not have to go so elaborate. we can get something off the shelf like carine with captain america. purchased at the halloween store or our gift shop. everything here. does not have to be so elaborate. some sun sides that instantly transform you. it is fun. and pick up a t-shirt as well. >> now, also to, at least advanced people that do this professionally. we are going to see pretty elaborate cosme the events, right? >> absolutely. looking to have people really into it. and have judges. so encourage those individuals to come out. because we have a great prize. >>i know here onset this morning we have people very excited about the event. on our floor crew. talking about, at least, moving into next week. what is the information, the details out there. get out one more time. >> on friday night.
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9:30. and then announce the winner. >> and you will get the details on our website news3lv.com. ticket information? >> ticket information is $34 for adults and for children. but it is free for first 150 first cosplay players that come. >> anchor: so early bird gets the worm. early avenger gets the worm. thank you daniel for being h our website news3lv.com. have fun next friday and get out there and get in the cosplay spirit as well.
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jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. man: the tea party republicans in congress want to cut social security. woman: and danny tarkanian wants to join them. man: he is proud to call himself a "tea party radical." man: he wants to privatize social security... woman: ...just like them. woman: risking social security benefits on wall street.
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woman: just like the tea party republicans in congress. man: they would take away what we've paid for out of every paycheck. man:that's "tea party radical" for ya'. >> anchor: welcome back. let's go back in time with tom hawley video vault. 40 years ago heavy weight champion sonny list ton found at home age of 40. heroin overdose. or coroner cited lung congestive heart failure. but reporter sean sell goes another direction. here is tom hawley. >> the weight of the evidence tilts toward foul play. >> reporter: murder of sonny list ton, outlines a journey to the top and a fall starting with mobster. >> frank blinky in philadelphia
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murder inc. was sonny's mentor in fighting and got him biggest fights. >> reporter: he beat champion floyd patterson in 1962 with a rematch in las vegas the following year. list ton dominant and intimidating. >> when rematch occurs patterson so scared someone once wrote he packed a loser suitcase. >> reporter: list ton making friends. >> pivotal people inspect sonny's life was famous las resnick and ashby friended joe louis -- joe louis sonny's closest confident in las vegas. >> reporter: he lived in paradise palms and spent evening in westside. >> kind of a shadow las vegas where african-americans that were segregate add way from the strip created a luminous strip of night clubs. >> reporter: then lost the title to muhammad ali. and rematch included what is
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punch suggesting he took a hit for money. >> they found no credence to those allegations but big casino aspect wake this always in his life. >> reporter: life spiraling out of control in 70s. >> working for enforcer for criminal syndicate. moving drugs on his own. and most tellingly he is under investigation by the predecessor to drug enforcement administration w stay him w many forces close nursing list ton died at home christmas of 1970 never taking a place in the home of the great. >> caught between joe louis, floyd patterson, beloved in african-american community. and later muhammad ali. who was, you know, obviously, a transcendent voice for his generation. >> anchor: definitely interesting. we know a lot of history right here in vegas. >> weather: i will remember
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it is a warm october. will we ever get to fall? >> weather: 85 to 90 today. upper 80s here in the city. kind of quiet. things could get interesting by tomorrow afternoon. better chance sunday. night to monday. and showers around the area. good news. >> anchor: looking forward to jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this, checks in gun stores; why don't we require them online? a few clicks of the mouse, now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous. and that's a threat to all of us.
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good morning. swinging through the swing states. donald trump and hillary clinton hitting the key battlegrounds over the weekend as the race hits the home stretch with the polls looking ominous f closing argument to remember. >> we are going to do something very special. >> clinton set to bring out serious star power today after 24 hours of a suspicious stance in the headquarters. and popular web sites trying to recover after a massive series

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